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  • Long Gone

    I thought it was about time to post an image that most of the world thinks is The South. And this is certainly part of the story. This old home sits on main street Adairsville, Georgia. I don’t know anything about it except that it is old, and those days are gone; hence the name…

  • Straw Barn

    “StrawBarn” I’ve seen so many photographs of bailed hay I almost didn’t create this one but I decided the barn rafters, interior light, and texture might save it from mediocre repetition. Yes, or no? Contact Photo@ToddSuttles.Com for pricing and availability.                              …

  • Blairsville, Georgia

    Grapevines In Snow It doesn’t snow often in Georgia, so when it does I always like to make the best of it. Actually, it snows so infrequently that just the mention of the possibility sends most everyone scrambling to the grocery stores for provisions to survive the onslaught. Milk and eggs go quickly but the…

  • “On Old 64”

    “On Old 64” I found this old barn during one of my back roads wanders. I especially liked the way the light was illuminating the scene for me; the way the lichen covered fence served to draw my eye into the scene. I knew it was meant to be a black and white image. U.S. Route…

  • Tree Line Photograph

    “Tree Line”

    “Tree Line” is a photo I made while exploring South Georgia one weekend. It was created by shooting into the corner of a grass field from the opposite corner. I just liked the way the field’s edges, defined by the trees, converged into the corner point. At first glance, it appears like a panoramic view…

  • “Big”

    I stumbled across “Big” on another of roundabouts. It was New Year’s Eve, the sun was starting to set. I came around the corner and this tree was just on fire with direct side light. The scene lasted about 8 minutes and it was then gone. What I still wonder today is this: Was the…

  • “Buford”

    It’s February. It is time for a smile and a cheerful outlook. “Buford” is the antidote to a world of woes.  Buford has passed since he posed for his closeup, but his legacy goes on. If you lived in Union County, Georgia (Blairsville), you most likely had occasion to visit the Union County Landfill. If you…

  • “Lake Ocoee, October 22”

    This snapshot of “Lake Ocoee, October 22″ was taken at The River Gallery where it was on exhibit in a Father/Son show featuring my dad’s paintings and my photography. The show ran through the month of January, the opening reception was January 5th; it measures 23.5″ x 23.5” framed. I have not heard if it…

  • “Corner Stone”

    This snapshot of “Corner Stone” was taken at The River Gallery which is currently exhibiting a Father/Son exhibit of my photography and my dad’s painting.  This edition of “Center Stone” measures 20″ x 29″; mounted on half inch foam board, framed with a simple black wood frame. The show opened January 5 and runs through…

  • “Killer”

    “Killer” is a photo I made on another of my North Georgia roundabouts with my dad. We were out shooting, he for painting reference and myself for Sothern imagery. I found this written on the side of a shed belonging to an old farmstead in Union County, North Georgia. There was no other vandalism or…